The City of Buffalo will be conducting a number of Community Assessment “Listening Sessions” to gather public input for the latest assessment, with the goal of making Buffalo a “better place to live, work, play and visit,” said Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery.
Buffalo's City Council, at their meeting April 18th, approved an agreement between the city and John and Laura DeMatteis to build a “fence of convenience” on City-owned property in Mosier Gulch to contain their yaks on their property.
Today until 3 pm is the first-ever Local Foods Expo held at the Sheridan College Watt Agricultural Center. Seventeen vendors and information booths will be on hand to discuss growing or ordering locally grown produce and meats.
The Buffalo Swim Club will have their annual duck race fundraiser Saturday morning, April 30.
The race will take place in Clear Creek in Buffalo beginning at 10am.
The ducks will be dumped into the creek in Washington Park and will finish downtown.
The Northern Wyoming Community College District made the purchase of the Spear-O-Wigwam Ranch in Northern Johnson County official at a special announcement ceremony at Sheridan College Thursday. College President Dr.